The Peterson Brothers bring the blues to Temple

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Special to the Journal

 

The Cultural Activities Center has The Peterson Brothers on it’s stage Friday, Jan. 11 at 7 p.m. The Peterson Brothers combine youthful energy and modern influences with soul, funk, blues & jazz to a create a sound that is uniquely their own. Their live shows feature jam-band style improvisation. The Concert begins at 7 p.m. in the CAC’s Frank W. Mayborn Auditorium, and out front on the CAC porch will be Hecho en Queso for dinner options, opening at 6 p.m.

 

The Peterson Brothers led by Glenn Jr., 21 and Alex, 19 have toured throughout the United States, and had the opportunity to play with and open for the likes of Gary Clark Jr., Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Buddy Guy, the late B.B. King and other musical greats. They have also played festivals throughout the U.S., including the Chicago Blues Festival, Minnesota State Fair, Riverbend Festival, Austin City Limits Festival, Ogden Roots and Blues, King Biscuit Festival, Old Settler’s Music Fest, Kerrville Folk Festival Lancaster Blues & Roots, Allentown Blues, Brews & Barbecue, and many more.

 

Tickets to this concert in advance are $10, and $15 the night of at the door. The box-office will open; 1 hr prior to this event as will all other pre-show activities, such as  the food truck opens. Tickets in advance can be purchased at cacARTS.org.